Vault & Other
Concrete-lined vault toilets are typically found
in high-use remote areas not served by a sewer system. Unlike an earthen pit toilet
that loses much of its liquid content to the surrounding soil, the vault toilet is
designed to retain it. By storing it in this way, groundwater contamination is
minimized and pumping is made much easier. Once removed, the waste is hauled to a
treatment plant for final processing.
Easier and More Complete
Pumping for you or your
Along with the typical concerns about odor, waste
solids can build up and compact in the bottom of the vault. The pumper truck, which
operates by vacuum, can inadvertently remove only the liquids and leave the solids behind.
This accumulation can cause additional odor problems and require more frequent pumping to
make up for the loss of holding capacity.
RTB 760 will increase the digestion of all
waste solids and help to liquefy them so pumping is faster, easier and more complete.
Waste cone development under each riser will also be dramatically reduced as
bacterial activity erodes its base. With less waste exposed to the air, the
potential for fly problems is also greatly minimized.
As far as odor is concerned, RTB 760 will
reduce it biologically without the use of toxic deodorant chemicals. By preventing
them from forming in the first place, there is nothing to mask or attempt to cover up
later. Even the new style SST-vented vaults can benefit from increased odor control
and ease of pumping.
Because these toilets are pumped and have a relatively high
liquid content, an aqua-blue, biodegradable dye is used in RTB 760.
This functions as a visible indicator to both the applicator and the user of an
ongoing treatment program.
(6 Packets) $16.95
Treats 1 toilet for up to 6 weeks
|20 Package Display Box
(120 Packets) $339.00
Treats 8 toilets for up to 15 weeks
25 lb. Bulk Bucket
(400 Packets) $750.00
Treats 15 toilets for up to 26 weeks
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